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Voodoo Shrimp Tacos

Shrimp tacos are a personal favorite of mine.  It surprises me but there's not that many good places to get shrimp tacos in San Antonio so I tend to make them at home once

Chicken Fajita Pita

This dish is requested to be cooked at my house at least every other week, and I don't mind doing it.  It's a great week night meal when you've had a long day and

Chicken Verde Poblanos

Chicken Poblano is a very popular dish here in Texas.  Typically the pepper is stuffed and deep-fried. Not these, I like to grill the chicken, shred and then smoke the peppers.  We need to

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Chicken Verde Poblanos

Chicken Poblano is a very popular dish here in Texas.  Typically the pepper is stuffed and deep-fried. Not these, I like to grill the chicken, shred and then smoke the peppers.  We need to save those calories for some fatty brisket...  Right? Right.  This simple recipe is very flavorful and are hefty enough to satisfy one person per pepper.  The filling is nice and creamy, unlike some stuffed poblanos that seem to have a

Chicken Fajita Pita

This dish is requested to be cooked at my house at least every other week, and I don't mind doing it.  It's a great week night meal when you've had a long day and don't feel like "cooking".  The thin slices of chicken cooked in a cast iron skillet are as pleasing to the eye as they are to your stomach!  I don't cook these on the pit as there's no reason to add

Voodoo Shrimp Tacos

Shrimp tacos are a personal favorite of mine.  It surprises me but there's not that many good places to get shrimp tacos in San Antonio so I tend to make them at home once a month or so.  This is another quick weekday meal that I like to season mine up with Meat Church's Voodoo seasoning and give them a good quick sear on the grill.  Shrimp is so easy to cook, as long

Hacienda Guisada

Carne guisada in English means "meat stew."  There are a million different ways restaurants cook this dish, and you can find it everywhere in South Texas.  It varies from a light gray to a dark brown like this one.  I've had my fair share of bland carne guisada (I'm looking at you Bill Miller's), and this for sure isn't that way.  You can doctor guisada up with cheese, eggs, cilantro, salsa, corn tortilla, flour tortilla,

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